When you've been in an accident, your injuries can cause more than just physical pain. You may have to take significant time off from work, and your medical bills can skyrocket. You may also experience significant distress, which can slow your recovery.
Accidents, and the injuries stemming from them, usually have a responsible party — someone or a company — that is at fault. We help determine who that responsible party is and if you have enough reason to seek a settlement or proceed with litigation.
The personal injury matters that we handle come under three main categories: Accidents, products liability, and premises liability.
These types of cases include:
- Catastrophic injuries, including traumatic brain injury
- Car and truck accidents
- Drunk driving accidents
- Distracted driving accidents
- Pedestrian and bicycle accidents
- Construction injuries
- Elder abuse
- Wrongful death
- Premises liability
- Products liability
If you have been injured in an accident because of another person's negligent or reckless behavior, you may be eligible to pursue compensation. To get compensation from a person, government agency, or company that injured you, you must be able to prove:
- How the harm was caused
- That the other party is liable (at fault)
- The extent of your damages
Legal responsibility, or liability, does not require you to prove that the person or organization at fault intended to harm you. Proving negligence — conduct that was unsafe and unreasonable under the circumstances — can be enough to demonstrate liability.
We can help you determine if you have a personal injury case, and if so, fight tenaciously for your right to fair compensation.
Please contact us to discuss your personal injury matter.